In the new issue of Wisden Cricket Monthly, out on December 7, we speak to Travis Head, the standout batter of 2023, about his World Cup heroics in India. Player of the Match in both the semi-final and final, the Aussie opener tells Phil Walker he feared he wouldn’t feature in the tournament at all, and reflects on his magnificent title-clinching century in Ahmedabad. Elsewhere in a 20-page review of the Men’s World Cup, we hear from Jonathan Trott on his Afghan adventure, there’s in-depth analysis on England’s miserable tournament, and Matt Roller reflects on India’s latest failure to win a global trophy. We’ve got all bases covered in a wide-ranging magazine: Heather Knight reacts to Meg Lanning’s retirement in an exclusive column, Phil Walker explores the many lives of the great Wes Hall, Jo Harman considers Bishan Bedi’s legacy and AB de Villiers talks about the past and future of South African cricket in an in-depth conversation with Mel Farrell. There’s also Taha Hashim’s re-examination of England’s 2013/14 Ashes horror show, Anya Shrubsole talks Euan Crumley through the defining moments of her career, Nick Compton discusses the “blessing and curse” of his family name, John Stern reports on Middlesex’s travails, and there are hard-hitting columns from Lawrence Booth, Katya Witney and Andrew Miller. BUY IT NOW


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